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acropolis.n

  • Hydrofoils leave Porto Heli each morning for Piraeus, returning in the evening, so day trips to Athens visiting the
    Acropolis
    akropoliksella
    , the old quarter of the Plaka and the National Archaeological museum are easy.

arena.n

  • “ It was the Christians who constructed the
    arena
    areenan
    and issued the challenge …

auditorium.n

  • `I just find it hard to accept, ``he said, looking out over the auditorium, `that I'm here with the court poet of Richard the First, who's about to give a concert in a specially built
    auditorium
    auditoriossa
    somewhere in the middle of the Hundred Years War.

bar.n

  • Childhood friend Lesley Nolin said: `She was holding court in
    Molly
    Molly's-
    's
    Bar
    baarissa
    where people wear jeans, baggy sweaters and drink beers for a dollar.
  • One adverse critic of Dustin's performance was the young and eccentric English actor Victor Henry, who, on seeing Dustin in a
    bar
    baarissa
    after the show, emptied a glass of beer over his head.
  • Later on, though, we found a
    little
    piene
    bar
    baarin
    on the edge of the port city
    satamakaupungin laidalta
    , with acceptable food and drink.
  • Eating and drinking out is easy as the street is full of cafés and
    bars
    baareja
    .
  • In the evening after a buffet-style meal washed down with free wine,
    Drago's Starlight
    Drago's Starlight
    Bar
    -baari
    comes to life with live music and cabaret entertainment.
  • Angry at being separated from Jeanne, Modigliani spent much of his time drinking in a
    windowless little
    ikkunattomassa pienessä
    bar
    baarissa
    where local artists met, where he drank and ran up debts.

barn.n

  • Again the
    barn
    lato
    was destroyed.

barracks.n

  • They live in those
    barracks
    kasarmeilla
    like animals.

basilica.n

  • `And he burned this
    basilica
    basilikan
    -- the Basilica Aemilia -- almost to the ground.

blockhouse.n

  • The building of small, defensive forts, or
    blockhouses
    paalumajojen
    , is as old as the history of formal warfare.

bungalow.n

  • He'd only just retired, and they'd built a beautiful
    bungalow
    bungalow'n
    .

bunker.n

  • He is anyway unlikely to live in his
    bunker
    bunkkerissaan
    nowadays.

cabin.n

  • Robert is a trapper and Helen is his wife and they live in the log
    cabin
    pirtissä
    .

campanile.n

  • A fund was set up for its restoration, but before the work could even be started the
    campanile
    kellotorni
    collapsed.

caravan.n

  • `Do you really live in a
    caravan
    asuntovaunussa
    ?

caravanserai.n

  • Seeing he would not be served for several hours, the mullah went off back to the
    caravanserai
    tienvarsimajataloon,
    in which he was staying.

castle.n

  • `Are you sorry now that I invaded your
    castle
    linnaasi
    ?

chalet.n

  • `As for moving into a
    chalet
    alppimajaan
    , I'm prepared to forget it -- at least for the moment.

chateau.n

  • He returned to the
    chateau
    linnaan
    , furious with himself that he could have allowed people to live in this way.

church.n

  • The
    church
    kirkko
    was burnt down in 1798.

condominium.n

  • It hopes to sell properties (mostly land, because
    condominiums
    osaketalot
    are fetching only distress prices) worth ¥100 billion-200 billion to reduce its borrowings.

conservatory.n

  • NOW that you have made the decision to build a
    conservatory
    konservatorion
    , do you opt for wood, PVC or an aluminium frame?

cottage.n

  • Have you built a weekend
    cottage
    mökin
    ?

dacha.n

  • Many had the means to purchase a
    dacha
    datša
    in the countryside.

dormitory.n

  • She will begin in a single room, where both her health and aptitude for prison life will be assessed, but may then be moved to a
    dormitory
    asuntolaan
    .

dwelling.n

  • When land had been apportioned, each family built their own
    dwelling
    asuntonsa
    .

farmhouse.n

  • Elizabeth made him come to the
    farmhouse
    maataloon
    .

garage.n

  • Both tanks now live in our
    garage
    autotallissamme
    , since it is cooler.

gazebo.n

  • The low stone base of the
    gazebo
    huvimajan
    felt comfortingly solid.

greenhouse.n

  • Next Month: Erecting a
    greenhouse
    kasvihuoneen

hacienda.n

  • When they are in Spain they visit the
    hacienda
    haciendalla
    .

hall.n

  • SPENNYMOOR Town
    Hall
    talo
    was built by the Liberals/Tories.

hangar.n

  • Stop filling my
    hangar
    lentokonesuojani
    with bits of corpse.

hippodrome.n

  • Carried off by Constantine, mutilated by barbarians, the stump of it still stands in Constantine's
    Hippodrome
    hippodromissa
    .

home.n

  • He did not want that
    home
    asuntoa
    destroyed.

homestead.n

  • THE SOPHISTICATED Miss Gertrude Jekyll, gardening heroine of the Edwardians, commissioned Edwin Lutyens to design her Surrey
    homestead
    maatilansa
    , and this he did so beautifully that their relationship was cemented and many future joint commissions ensued.

hospital.n

  • Just before the move, this person lived in
    hospital
    sairaalassa
    and attended day care.

hostel.n

  • Might even go nursing -- I did a bit once -- and I could live in the
    hostel
    hostellissa
    .

hotel.n

  • I didn't like living in the
    hotel
    hotellissa
    at first.

house.n

  • `Even if the whole
    house
    talo
    collapsed on top of you.

houseboat.n

  • `But the last time I saw her -- she was living on a
    houseboat
    asuntolaivalla
    .

hovel.n

  • The bear moved into the gardener's
    hovel
    murjuun
    .

igloo.n

  • As their instructor, Leo Shore, is the first to admit: `If you can build an
    igloo
    iglun
    out of bricks you can build anything.

inn.n

  • In the year 1704 local craftsmen built a wayside
    inn
    majatalon
    with extensive stabling.

kennel.n

  • He trained his dogs to return to the
    kennels
    koiratarhoihin
    after they were sold.

kiosk.n

  • `Sit down, ``said Mr Gibbs again, then went to the
    kiosk
    kioskille
    .

lighthouse.n

  • We live on a
    lighthouse
    majakassa
    -- it's our job!

lodge.n

  • The
    Lodge
    mökki
    is built close to the Phewa Lake.

maisonette.n

  • We lived in a
    maisonette
    kerrosasunnossa
    -- the top three floors; and the bottom three floors were offices.

mall.n

  • The first is to build the new shopping
    mall
    keskuksen
    or supermarket immediately adjacent to the town centre.

manor.n

  • Thereafter he lived principally at his
    manor
    kartanossaan
    of Cornwell in Oxfordshire.

manse.n

  • The
    manse
    pappila
    was built in 1847.

mansion.n

  • An officer becomes a colonel, moves into a
    mansion
    kartanoon
    , buys a bulletproof Mercedes.
  • Winston Smith, his chin nuzzled into his breast in an effort to escape the vile wind, slipped quickly through the glass doors of
    Victory
    Victory-
    Mansions
    kartanon
    , though not quickly enough to prevent a swirl of gritty dust from entering along with him.

monastery.n

  • The monks revealed his hiding place when the rebels threatened to burn the
    monastery
    munkkiluostarin
    .

mosque.n

  • This was after the el-Aqse
    mosque
    moskeija
    had been burned by a deranged tourist.

motel.n

  • `You will find some orange tape marking off the area, if you care to look behind the
    motel
    motellin
    .

outbuilding.n

  • The timber roof of an
    outbuilding
    ulkorakennuksen
    was destroyed when a steamcleaner caught fire at Dixon's Garage, Guisborough Road, Nunthorpe, at 12.30pm yesterday.

outhouse.n

  • Firefighters were called to a blaze which destroyed an
    outhouse
    ulkorakennuksen
    in Denholm Green, Pallister Park, Middlesbrough.

pagoda.n

  • He built them a
    pagoda
    pagodin
    of solid jade and embellished it with precious gems -- not realising that to grow up a dragon must accumulate its own hoard, must steal it from Emperors and princes.

palace.n

  • He moved into the
    palace
    palatsiin
    of the Governor-General.

palazzo.n

  • She lived here, in the
    palazzo
    palatsissa
    , after her parents died.

pavilion.n

  • The club's original wooden
    pavilion
    paviljonki
    was burned down in 1977.

pension.n

  • The
    pension
    täysihoitola
    is recently built, but is finished off in the traditional style.

penthouse.n

  • I've always wanted to live in a
    penthouse
    kattohuoneistossa
    .

pueblo.n

  • How he had been Juan something living in a Mexican
    pueblo
    pueblossa
    before the Apaches came raiding and took some of the women and children.

pyramid.n

  • We wanted to build a
    pyramid
    pyramidin
    that was going to be slightly bigger than the biggest pyramid in Egypt.

residence.n

  • Hayes moved his
    residence
    majaansa
    frequently.

rotunda.n

  • Epstein's powerful alabaster group of `Jacob and the Angel ``, loaned by Granada Television, is moved to the centre of the
    Rotunda
    pyörörakennuksen
    where it will be surrounded by the four bronze relief casts of `The Back by Matisse.

shack.n

  • We have proved you can have just as much fun living in a
    shack
    röttelössä
    as on a luxury yacht.

shanty.n

  • We were at the rear of a crowd hundreds strong looking down upon a scene of devastation: shanties burnt and smouldering,
    shanties
    hökkelit
    still burning, pouring forth black smoke.

shed.n

  • Well, he lives in a
    shed
    vajassa
    .

shelter.n

  • This was detonated and the
    shelter
    suoja
    duly collapsed.

skyscraper.n

  • Whether it's making a bed, building a
    skyscraper
    pilvenpiirtäjän
    or landing a man on the moon, the lesson is the same.

stable.n

  • Milton has lived in the same
    stable
    tallissa
    all the time he has been with the Whitakers.

stadium.n

  • `If we are going to build the best
    stadium
    stadionin
    in England, it must be matched by the team.

supermarket.n

  • LORD Romsey plans to build a
    supermarket
    supermarketin
    and offices on his Broadlands estate.

synagogue.n

  • It was he who had built the
    synagogue
    synagogan
    .

tabernacle.n

  • 25-27 Instructions for making and furnishing the
    tabernacle
    tabernaakkelia

tavern.n

  • Maltote smiled nervously and, led by Ranulf, left the
    tavern
    tavernan
    for a night of revelling.

tenement.n

  • Tenants living in a ramshackle
    tenement
    kerrrostalossa
    in the middle of a cosmopolitan district of Liverpool 8 were, likewise, due for redevelopment.

tent.n

  • As we erected the
    tent
    teltan
    Tony became wistful again.

tepee.n

  • By touring the country in a
    tepee
    tiipiissä
    and demonstrating traditional Indian skills, Jeff Starr hopes he can make a living and raise money for charities.

terminal.n

  • An oil
    terminal
    satama
    built by Chevron lies quiet and unused.

theatre.n

  • Police would shut the
    theatre
    teatterin
    and I'm not having that.

tower.n

  • Only the power of magic enabled the Elves to construct such a high
    tower
    tornia
    .

villa.n

  • Was Great Casterton yet another
    villa
    villa
    destroyed by the barbarians?

warehouse.n

  • Permission was given to build a quay and a
    warehouse
    varastorakennus
    at Greenodd.
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